Pedro Reyes Converts Captured Weapons To Musical Instruments

Pedro Reyes is Mexico City based artist.He managed to acquire about 6700 captured weapons meant to be destroyed by burying.He along with six other musicians created 50 working musical instruments. A lot of firearms were cut down,welded and formed into a variety of string,wind and percussion instruments over a period of two weeks during the last month. The artist has been producing artifacts from weapons meant for destruction since 2008. A great contribution towards reducing the weapon rel...

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Dog Head Hooks For Dog Lovers

Any dog lover will love to have the,“Dog Head Hooks”, in the house. These attractive hooks are made of resin and finished in Nickel.The dimensions are 10 cm high, 6 cm wide and 7 cm deep.

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Heated Sock Animals For Warmth And Fragrance

Come winter and body warming hassle starts. Every one looks for cheaper and convenient options. We came across,” Heated Sock Animals” that children will want to hug.By keeping these little toys in the microwave for little time and holding it close one enjoys both warmth and the smell of French lavender that is infused in them. Each costs about $20.

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Nissan Develops Human Skin Like Car Upholstery Material

The engineers at Nissan are currently developing a new plastic that somewhat replicates the touch of human skin, in the hope of giving cars of the future a more humane and lush touch. Currently,most cars in the mass market use plastics for the interiors.Other luxurious materials like leather are too expensive for use in lower end cars,causing car manufacturers to at times settle with tacky materials.

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Apple Product Design Based Yacht By Steve Jobs Launched

This personalized yacht was partly designed by Steve Jobs before his death. This aluminum and glass yacht is between 230 and 260 feet long and the design is based on the design philosophies from many Apple products of past and present. The yacht is called Venus. It was officially launched on Sunday at a shipyard in Aalsmeer, Netherlands. Please view the video.